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    • The History Lab
      Angela Cunningham
      Bullitt County Public Schools
      http://kyteacher.net
      Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/95707093@N00/2050700563/
    • Curriculum drives technology decisions.
      Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/seanmolin/5031464571//
    • Begin with the end in mind.
      Image Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nevrlndtink/1313087884/
    • Animoto
      Automatically produce unique video pieces from your photos, video clips, & music
    • Bubbl.us
      Create & share colorful mind maps online
    • Delicious
      Save & share your bookmarks on the web
    • Digital Vaults
      Explore artifacts from the National Archives collection
    • Dipity
      Build timelines that integrate video, audio, images, & text
    • Docs Teach
      Create & share interactive activities using documents from National Archives
    • Edmodo
      Build a private social network for your classroom
    • findingDulcinea
      Direct students to a narrated guide to hand-selected, credible websites
    • Gapminder
      Watch the world’s most important trends as they change over time
    • Glogster
      Create interactive posters containing multimedia elements
    • Historical Thinking Matters
      Teach students how to critically read primary sources
    • iCue
      Find hundreds of short video clips organized by topic
    • Landmark Cases
      Find resources & activities to support teaching key Supreme Court cases
    • Living Room Candidate
      Watch campaign commercials from every presidential election since 1952
    • MyStudiyo
      Create great-looking multimedia quizzes
    • Newsmap
      Explore the day’s most-discussed news stories
    • Ning
      Build a hub for your online activity
    • Preceden
      Make simple, powerful timelines
    • Prezi
      Create a non-linear presentation that zooms in & out of a visual map
    • Shmoop
      Find learning guides on a variety of US History & Government topics
    • StudyStack
      Find & create flashcards or use other activities such as crosswords
    • Symbaloo
      Organize & share teaching resources all in one place
    • TimeMaps
      See the story of history through an interactive map
    • ToonDoo
      Click or drag-and-drop to create comics
    • VoiceThread
      Design a collaborative, multimedia slideshow that allows viewers to comment
    • Voki
      Create a personalized speaking avatars
    • Wallwisher
      Build a digital bulletin board
    • Weebly
      Create a free website and blog
    • Wordle
      Create word clouds from the text you provide
    • Worldometers
      Watch world statistics updated in real-time
    • For even more resources, visit The History Lab:https://sites.google.com/site/thehistorylab/